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LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., Sept. 19, 2022 — The SD-10 spectrophotometer color-measuring device from Epson America Inc. is designed to give SureColor® wide-format printer users a tool to accurately measure color.

The SD-10 is a compact, easy-to-use, full-featured color measuring device. Battery-powered, it can be used standalone via the built-in LCD display or wirelessly connected to a smartphone through the mobile app. It features M0, M1e, M2 measurement tools and micro-electromechanical system technology. Accuracy on textured surfaces is achieved via a large, 7.6-mm aperture and 360° LED illumination, reducing shadows and irregularities to increase the accuracy of color measurements. The SD-10 can be used by print shops, designers, and salespeople to capture, reproduce, and confirm colors with confidence.
Sep 2022
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